SBD -> Cassette Master -> Dat (44.1k)
Dat (Sony D8) -> VX Pocket 440 -> Sony Vaio C1VP ->
Samplitude Professional v7.02 -> FLAC
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
July 4, 2006
(FOB/12th Row) Nak 700 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (Taped By Barry Glassberg)
Estimated Prophet patched from 9:41 - 10:02
Stella Blue patched from 4:52 - 5:16
U.S. Blues patched from 0:00 - 0:05
July 1, 2013 Subject:
very nice, i like!
Great mix, Hunter's Matrixes are best listened to through headphones, it makes you feel as if you are in attendance at the show, minus the sights and smells of course.
As usual for Hunter's matrixes as well, each band member/instrument is represented equally in the mix and the vocals are mixed in perfect too.
Jerry is certainly on this night as he is ripping at any and every chance. His tone is crisp, clear, loud and up front. LOVE IT. Brent is represented nicely and Phil is thumping away, Bobby's little 'tic-tac' rhythms as I have always liked to call them are great and his slide work always adds a lot to the sound IMO. The Rhythm Devils are doin' their thing and holdin' it down and their power is often overlooked IMO. Bobby's, Brent's and Jerry's vocals have great tone and aren't ear piercing and high pitched as they can sometimes come out in other taper's mixes when you really have it turned up loud in your car or headphones.
Anyway, this is a must listen and is the best recording of this show as far as I'm concerned.
The Cleveland show from 3/2/81 is also a good one, check that out.
November 26, 2011 Subject:
Tea for Timbuktu
This show starts off monstrously with one of the best first sets I've heard in a looong time. Just a really awesome listen all the way through. The sound quality of this is spectacular. Silky smooth ride.